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is a point outside of circle Γ. The tangent from
P to
Γ
touches at A. A line from
P intersects
Γ at
B and
C such
that ∠ACP=120
∘. If
AC=16 and
AP=19, then the
radius of Γ

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    the radius of the circle will be (16 (3)^1/2)/3

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